No, The Death Penalty Does Not Stop Drug Trafficking

Legal SystemWorld History

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Despite harsh penalties for drug dealers, China's numbers are drug use are not significantly different from those in the US. 

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Calculation and the Question of Arithmetic

Calculation and Knowledge

03/21/2018Review of Austrian Economics, Volumes 1-10
The view that Ludwig von Mises had more in mind in his calculation critique of socialism than the Hayekian knowl­edge problem has recently been attacked by Leland Yeager.


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Harpers Ferry, Part 2: The Attack

U.S. History

Chris Calton continues the story of John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry.

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Yet Another Way Labor Unions Abuse the Taxpayers

Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and Wages


"Project Labor Agreements" makes government infrastructure spending even more expensive and inefficient. 

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Marxism: From Class Consciousness to Gender "Intersectionality"

Big GovernmentMedia and Culture


"False consciousness" has long been a building block behind the Marxist drive to destroy human rights. 

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Trump's Tariff May End America's Energy Boom

Protectionism and Free Trade


America's thriving energy sector has boomed in part thanks to inexpensive foreign steel. 

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Being Right Isn't Enough



The only real cure for too much debt is an orderly process of liquidation. No bailouts. No subsidies. No taxpayer involvement.

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